The Dangers Of STD’s On Your Finances

Friday, 16. August 2013

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OK here is today’s test, what is an STD. Nope – you’re wrong according to an article in the Antipodean periodical – The Australian. They ran an article that gave advice to their readers on how to reognise, avoid and treat disgusting STDs.

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The piece was written by Larke Riemer (that’s a woman with a very strange name), director of women’s markets at Australian bank – Westpac. With the holiday season underway and the fears attached to drunken nights whilst enjoying the benefits of sun, sea and sex one may welcome a few words of cautionary wisdom from Larke (no I don’t know how to pronounce it either).

But the article was nothing of the sort, Ms Riemer, being a true banker, wasn’t talking about dodgy rashes in intimate places but something completely different, she called it Sexually Transmitted Debt.

She was referring to the unwanted burdens that people (mainly women) coming out of relationships can find themselves stuffed with. So the advice was not about the dangers of unprotected sex but more about unprotected debt, telling people to talk honestly to each other about money issues, make sure that you read everything that is financially committing before signing and don’t leave your name on utility bills before leaving.

I think I had better suppress any further comment before I dig a serious hole for myself. Goodbye.

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